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The tourism industry there is still in an embryonic stage.
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During their embryonic development, narwhals have the capacity to form 14 teeth, but only two ever develop.
Yet use of human embryonic cells for treatment should be subject to FDA regulation.
The second is to keep the body’s immune system from destroying the cells, derived from human embryonic stem cells.
And these aren't the same as embryonic stem cells, which are found in fertilized egg.
The tool allowed the researchers to restore the UCP1 gene in embryonic pig cells using a copy of the gene from mice.
The Democratic leaders struck the embryonic agreement less than a week after the president reached across the aisle to raise the debt ceiling and was basking in positive media coverage.
Moreover, if human embryos are anything like mouse embryos, the self-correcting changes that Zernicka-Goetz observed can occur later in embryonic development, after PGS testing is conducted in human embryos.
Now, advances in technology and in affordability have made embryonic genetic screening more accurate and accessible to many more people.
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